Businesses Are Investing in Right to Work Georgia

The latest Right to Work Georgia investments are coming from Seoyon E-HWA and Green Georgia, as well as SK Battery America. Altogether, this will mean 870 new jobs in the state. So this is exciting news! Read on in order to learn more about each individual investment.

Seoyon E-HWA:

Seoyon E-HWA is investing $75 million in order to establish a new facility in Right to Work Chatham County, Georgia, as well as create 500 new jobs!

“Seoyon E-Hwa is an automobile manufacturer in various countries such as Korea, Europe, and India. With our experience in developing and producing parts, it is an honor to be able to supply electric vehicle parts in Chatham County, Georgia. […] With the establishment of Seoyon E-Hwa Savannah, we hope that it will not only provide new jobs in the region but also contribute to making Savannah a central city for automobile development and production. For that, Seoyon E-Hwa will do its best to cooperate with the local government continuously.” […]

“With its second Georgia facility, Seoyon is committing to nearly doubling the number of jobs it supports in the state and extending its partnership with our business community.” […]

“We are delighted with today’s announcement that Seoyon E-HWA will be locating in the Savannah Chatham Manufacturing Center, which ideally positions them in close proximity to the Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America, the Port of Savannah, Interstates I-16 and I-95, and more. […] Seoyon E-HWA has a proven track record of supplying the automotive industry and will provide well paying jobs for our region. We look forward to working with them as they grow in Savannah.”


Green Georgia:

Green Georgia is investing $59 million in order to establish headquarters and create 170 new jobs in Right to Work Thomaston, Georgia.

“We are beyond excited to call Georgia home to our next plant and create over 170 jobs for Upson County. […] Green Georgia is an eco-friendly building solutions company that is going to transform the way we build today.” […]

“Green Georgia LLC’s eco-friendly building materials are designed to help businesses grow while reducing their impact on the environment. […] In addition, Upson County has successfully grown its manufacturing industry over the last few years, and we are grateful for our partners who work with companies to build healthy communities through job creation.” […]

“We are thrilled to welcome Green Georgia LLC to Thomaston and are excited about the opportunity this represents for our community.”


SK Battery America:

SK Battery America is investing $19 million in order to add a new location and create 200 new jobs in Right to Work Roswell, Georgia.

“In 2019, SK On established SK Battery America as its U.S. production base, and the new IT regional center is a natural result of the company’s commitment to Georgia. […] In economic development, we often talk about the ripple effects of a company’s initial investment. Suppliers, support centers, and expansions create new opportunities that go beyond the company’s original scope, location, and even industry. We look forward to future opportunities to celebrate SK Battery America and SK On’s success in Georgia, and congratulations to the City of Roswell and Fulton County for this exciting addition to the region’s tech industry.”


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